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The Lofoten archipelago is characterized by its magical light and its rugged, raw nature. At 68 degrees north, it is located in the Arctic Circle. With its steep mountains jutting straight out from the sea, white sandy beaches and small fishing villages with picturesque red shacks, Lofoten is a destination unlike any other.
You can get to Lofoten by plane, car or ferry! Either way, it’s an adventure f a lifetime with stunning views as far as the eye can see. They don’t call it the “Caribbean of the Arctic” for nothing!
From Oslo, you can fly into EVE, SVJ or LKN. Prices and distances vary. Regardless, you’ll need to rent a car. If you want to take a ferry, there are option with Hurtigruta and other ferries from the mainland. Traveling by car, you will use “Lofast”, the Lofoten mainland connection road (E10). This takes you all the way across the archipelago and is part of the “National Scenic Routes” of Norway.
Viktor Hovland's best memory from 2022 was playing Lofoten Links!!! "I think the Lofoten trip was really cool. It probably has to be number 1." "Even more than The Open with Rory?" "Yes, I believe so."
"I was relieved after I had a good shot on the first tee. Sometimes its the hardest shot because it sets your mind up to what to come. And as I walked the hole i realiced whats coming. Its perhaps one ofthe most beautiful golf courses I ever steped foot on." Lofoten Links, July, 2019.
"Photos of Lofoten Links always concentrate on the oceanfront holes, but holes like the par-5 8th climb up into the rocks for dramatic views across the course to the surrounding mountains. It's one of the prettiest courses I have ever seen." August 2019
"-Lofoten is a perfect example of using what nature has given to create a special place to play golf rather than man interfering with machines that can move mountains"
"When I hit me short of the flag on the Lofoten fifth green I read line of putt and gazing straight north towards the sea. It is half past one in the morning, and I am dazzled by the midnight sun. A South African guest who had a similar experience was so taken that he left the track. The emotions were too strong. He had no time to play 144 holes. "